RTB Summit announced; 12 CPE credits available
Real Time Bookkeeping (RTB) has announced the first annual RTB Summit to take place in San Diego, October 24-26. Accounting professionals will have in-depth learning opportunities on accounting, operations, marketing, sales, and technology while earning 12 CPE credits.
RTB has brought together some of the brightest minds leading the industry including: Robert Chandler (CEO, Real Time Bookkeeping), Brian O'Connell (CEO, CPA Site Solutions), Chris Fredericksen (2020 Group), Scott West (CEO, CloudSway), and Lorrie Rarey (CEO, Virtual Business Solutions).
The two-day summit will focus on presentations geared towards helping accounting professionals grow their practice, educate about Cloud Computing, new technologies available, how to get found online, and workflow management, as well as how to convert and sell new clients. Learn how to take the fear out of transitioning from a traditional accounting firm to a virtual office and the critical steps to getting there.
RTB provides an array of products and service solutions for the accounting professional including QuickBooks hosting, document management & storage, application hosting, marketing & sales support as well as private labeling and virtual server solutions. CPA Site Solutions is the industry leader in premier Web site design services. CloudSway is an exciting company that offers smarter cloud based applications. Lorrie Rarey is not only a CPA but also the CEO of Virtual Business Solutions, a professional consulting firm and state of the art practice with a unique competitive edge.
By bringing these thought leaders together to share their knowledge, tools, and more than 80 years of combined experience, accountants have a rare and fruitful opportunity that is not to be missed! For more information on the RTB Summit, please contact (888) 869-0076 or visit www.realtimebookkeeping.com.
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